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Bilman, Emily
Birnbaum, Daniel
He lives in France. He writes short poems and short fictions. In English his poems appeared in Blue Heron Review, Skylark, Chrysanthemum, Failed Haiku and One-Sentence Poems. He has published ten books.
Bishop, Douglas
DOUGLAS BISHOP, having worked with students aged one to ninety, now teaches middle school in Lowell, Massachusetts. As a poet, he has performed from Glasgow to Guatemala, but now appears around Boston, bringing a literary sensibility to musical and multi-voiced poetry events.
Bjorkman, Walter
Walter Bjorkman is a poet, writer, photographer, editor and graphic designer living in the foothills of the Adirondacks. He has been published in many online and print journals.
Bjotvedt, Connor
Connor Bjotvedt received his MFA in Writing from Spalding University. He was awarded the Charles E. Bull Creative Writing Scholarship for Poetry by Northern Arizona University where he received his BA in English, Literature, and Creative Writing. Connor was a 2018 Pushcart Prize nominee and his work has appeared in Rain Taxi, the Santa Fe Literary Review, the Haiku Journal, Three Line Poetry, Straylight Literary Magazine, and The Wayfarer, among others.
Black, Grace
Blaker, Eli
This poem is based on the Holocaust concentration camps.
Blanke, Heidi Griminger
Heidi Griminger Blanke, Ph.D. (not in anything to do with writing) won her first writing contest at age ten. She is a frequent contributor to area magazines and has published numerous essays and poems. As a lark, she wrote a romance novel, Redesigning Love (pen name Lisa Gabrielle) and has another in the works. Blanke credits Women Writers Ink, a local critique group, with putting her on the path to publication. She lives with her husband in western Wisconsin.
Blankenship, Wendy
Bio Wendy E. Blankenship completed her MFA in Creative Writing through Naropa University. She is the co-author of Along the Black. Her work has appeared in Not Enough Night, Sugar House Review, Bed, and Transmission. She writes and teaches in Salt Lake City.
Bloom, Gary
The name of the poem is Could’ve, Should’ve
Bode, Aida
Aida Bode is a poet and writer from Korca, Albana, whose works have been published in a variety of online and print magazines including, Prelude, Allegro, Dr. Hurley’s Snake Oil Cure, Vayavya, Three Line Poetry, Boston Poetry Magazine, The Yellow Chair Review, and more. Aida holds a MA in English and Creative Writing from Southern New Hampshire University.
Boehm, Rose Mary
A German-born UK national, Rose Mary Boehm now lives with her second husband in Lima, Peru. Her two novels, COMING UP FOR AIR and THE TELLING, have been published in the UK in 2010 and 2011 respectively, as well as her first collection of poetry, TANGENTS. She won a few prizes for poetry and photography, and her latest poems have appeared/are about to appear in US poetry reviews in end-of year and Spring editions.
Bogar, Adam
Ádám Bogár (b. 1984) holds an MA in English from Károli Gáspár University, Budapest, Hungary, and is a member of the Kurt Vonnegut Society. His poems has appeared (or are forthcoming) in MUSE, NapÚt, Scifaikuest, FreeXpresSion, cho, and Taj Mahal Review, among others.
Bonholtzer, Eric
Boone, Randy
Randy Boone randythepoet@gmail.com Randy Boone resides in the pastoral beauty of Kunkletown, Pennsylvania. He can usually be found lurking about thrift stores, coffee shops or the great outdoors. His recent publications include poems in Long Story Short, Down in the Dirt, The Penwood Review, Time of Singing, Spout, Shemom, and Glimpse.





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